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Chapter 9 Reading Guide 1. Define the following terms: a. epidermis: The outermost layer of skin made up of dead skin and cells b. dermis: The functioning layer of skin contains hair follicles and nail beds. 2. Most skin conditions are treated _ topically __. 3. Skin Cancer: a. Signs and Symptoms: A : Asymmetry (one half unlike the other) B: Border Irregularity (edges are jagged) C: Color Variation D: Diameter (larger than 6mm, or the top of pencil eraser) E : Evolution (change in size, shape, symptoms, surface, color ) b. Treatments and Prevention: _Limit____ sun exposure Sunscreen should be what spf? 15 c. Side effects or Concerns: Why should you watch spray sunscreens with children? inhalation of the spray can cause medical issues 4. Acne a. Signs and Symptoms: What is acne? Overproduction of sebum What is Rosacea and what type of process is it? Adult acne and chronic inflammatory process b. Treatments: (define how each one works) Benzoyl Peroxide: produces oxygen killing bacteria that causes acne Salicylic Acid: helps peel off dead cells Claravis (isotretinoin): Retinoid that alters inflammatory process to reduce swelling and redness c. Side Effects or Concerns: What is the number one side effect of most treatments ? skin dryness Birth defects can be caused by this drug causing it to be part of a special program. What is the name of the drug and the program?
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  • Spring '18
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